Wren New Beginner's English Grammar 3

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Publisher SChand Publications All Class 3 books by SChand Publications
ISBN 9788121922876
Author: P. C. Wren
Number of Pages 111
Available in all digital devices
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Wren New Beginner's English Grammar 3 by P. C. Wren
Book Summary:

P.C. Wren’s New English Grammar Series, comprising six books, can be classed among the best and most authoritative of traditional grammars for children. These graded books contain a systematic treatment of English grammatical forms and lead up to P.C. Wren and H. Martin’s monumental work High School English Grammar and Composition. The aim of the revision of the present series is to make the books more suitable for use in the modern classroom. Apart from the learner-friendly format and attractive illustrations.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Class III Students.
Sailent Feature:

1. Some grammar rules and structures have been revised or recast so as to bring them into line with current usage. For example, the use of me, him, us, etc. after than and as in comparisons and the use of who as the object of a verb or preposition, which were frowned upon in P.C. Wren’s time, are now considered correct. Sentences like “He is taller than me”, “Who do you want?” and “ Who are you talking about?” are correct.

2. Some chapters have been expanded or recast so as to reflect the new developments in the study of English structure and usage. The chapters dealing with tenses and modals have been completely rewritten

3. The material dealing with analysis has been considerably cut down. The exercises on parsing have been eliminated

Table of Content:

1. The Sentence 

2. Subject and Predicate

3. The Noun

4. The Verb

5. The Adjective

6. The Adverb

7. The Pronoun

8. The Preposition

9. The Conjunction

10. The Interjection

11. Revision of Parts of Speech

12. Kinds of Sentences

13. Proper and Common Nouns

14. Abstract & Collective Nouns

15. Kinds of Nouns: Revision

16. Transitive & Intransitive Verbs

17. Linking Verbs

18. Adjectives of Quality

19. Adjectives of Quantity

20. Demonstrative Adjectives

21. Interrogative & Possessive Adjectives

22. Adjectives: Revision Exercises

23. Articles

24. Adverbs of Manner

25. Adverbs of Place

26. Adverbs of Time

27. Adverbs of Degree

28. Interrogative Adverbs

29. Adverbs: Revision Exercises

30. Personal Pronouns

31. Demonstrative Pronouns

32. Reflexive Pronouns

33. Interrogative Pronouns

34. Relative Pronouns

35. Number of Nouns

36. Gender of Nouns

37. Possessive Form

38. Comparison of Adjectives

39. Comparison of Adverbs

40. Personal Pronouns

41. My, Mine, Our, Ours, Etc.

42. Interrogative Pronouns

43. Relative Pronouns

44. Interrogative & Relative Pronouns

45. Introduction to Verb Forms

46. Tenses (1)

47. Tenses (2)

48. Tenses (3)

49. Active and Passive Voice

50. The Infinitive

51. The Gerund

52. The Present Participle

53. The Past Participle

54. Agreement of Verb with Subject